Sonam Kapoor’s wardrobe has always been a subject of attention for fashionistas. Kapoor has always been a trendsetter in Bollywood tinsel town because of her keen sense of styling. From lavish ballgowns to the latest design labels-the starlet has sported all shades and become Sonam Kapoor a style icon in her own right. This year, she sported several ensembles while promoting her film Neerja. Here are some of her outfits which became a rage among youngsters this year: – Continue reading
It is not easy to stay a stylish celebrity throughout the year. There are a thousand eyes to watch every move of yours and one mistake can ruin the show. But Alia seems to be enjoying her role. The year 2016 has seen Alia glimmer and shine in front of the camera in many impressive western attires. Continue reading
The wedding season is about to start, so here with the fashionable wedding Designer Bridal Lehenga Designs to increase your bridal dress making for the year 2016! If you are all geared up to get married soon and hunting for the latest trends in bridal lehenga, don’t look here and there as that is actually what we have for you. While floral and gota Pattis had controlled since the last year the wedding market, 2016 is going to be the game changer. You could be impudent last minute last-maker or a bride who is preoccupied about wearing the trendiest designs for your D-Day. This year has a bit of something in store for all and we are dead sure, you going to like it. Continue reading
The highly popular internationalism film festival by the French Riviera started this week, providing the opportunity to some of the leading film stars to share the red carpet together. Though the 69th annual Cannes Film Festival has just started, there’s enough uniqueness to the red carpet beauty looks. Some of the most popular ones are mentioned below: - Pony Tales Blake Lively sizzled with a messy bun, bronzed skin, pink lipstick and a lot of mascara while attending the photocall for The Shallows. Bella Hadid, on the other hand, stole the show with glossed hair and tying up her hair into a severely sleek ponytail. Bold or Bare Kirsten Stewarts strong, perfectly sculpted red lip formed a perfect foil for kohl-rimmed eyes. A suitable alternative for this style was Jessica Chastain’s soft peach lips with shimmer lids, which could prove to be a suitable alternative for young fashionistas. The Dancer Photocall Lily-Rose Depp sported her hair in tousled waves for a photocall for the film The Dancer and gave a perfect finishing touch to her looks using matt peach lipstick and mauve eyeshadow which complemented her looks perfectly on the Red Carpet. Melanie Thierry opted for a plain jane look with minimal or no makeup with a messy bun. This hairstyle is most suitable for women who have a liking for minimalist looks and would love to stand out on social occasions with a plain, simple elegant look. On the other hand, ladies who love experimenting with hair styles and eye liners can follow the example of Soko, who wore her hair in a bob half-tucked behind her ears and defined her eyes with a smoky taupe in order to define her eyes. It would prove to be a trendsetter on most social occasions. Crazy Curls A big blowout with lots of movement has a timeless appeal which has always had a unique place in fashion. Fashion lovers who love experimenting with hair styles can take inspiration from Amal Clooney, who gave wild waves look more elegant, chic and stylish on the red carpet at Cannes. Slack Bay (Ma Loute) Tousled hair and smoky eyes were the major highlights of Juliette Binoche’s look at the Slack Bay (Ma Loute) where she was the show stopper on Friday. This a perfect style trend which middle-aged ladies who are aged forty or above can follow. Money Monster Premiere At the Money Monster premiere that took place on May 12, Julia Roberts opted for an off-beat smoky eye make-up, sporting tumbling, mussed-up curls. Candy-pink lipstick, flushed cheeks, and eyes with liquid liner were the major highlights of Julianne Moore’s makeup while her hair stood out with a side-parted chignon.
Hey, beautiful ladies!! This is for all those women who do not want to join the group of size zero. If you are a plus size woman, the first thing you need to do is to stop pitying yourself. At the recent days, with the right style or fit, the season’s trends can work well on your plus sized body.
You as a plus size woman can easily know the fundamentals of hiding certain parts of your body with the help of the season’s trend. It is not necessary for you to go behind boring and baggy clothes, as they will in fact exaggerate the weight. As it is said “the shape is the key”, something fitted in black and white will look “beautiful on your curves”. Look on some fashion trends for you:
Colour can play an important role in playing hide and seek with the weight. Selecting dark colour fabrics and small patterns will also help in hiding the parts of the body which are required to be hidden.
It is better to be dressed in clean cuts and classic designs that can transform you to be a classic, chic and elegant woman being plus size. Give some fun in the designs and patterns with digital graphics, stylish stripes and that too colourful ones
Choose a longer kurti or top to hide your belly, if you have no intention to show it off or even highlight it to some extent. You will find V-neck tops or kurtis suit well with a plus sized woman. You can wear them, if you like them.
As classy as black, white has always been one timeless colour that always in style. Start making your wardrobe must-have all about Whites. If the all-white is just a bit too much for you, break it up with blast of colours
Wearing pastels evokes romanticism perfectly and will always make you look like a woman in love. Pick your most flattering colour and wear it with whatever accessory flatters you. You can try for this for different occasions with different outfits.
A sizable tip for you:
You, being a plus sized woman, should never wear tight or oversized clothing. You must know your size and purchase your clothes accordingly.
Dare to follow these trends now? Stay updated to this space for more! Leave your comments and also share your trendy ways with us. Stay stylish!
Hey divas, welcome back! Indian wedding means myriad of festivities with utmost enthusiasm. Decorated horses, camels and elephants, heavily embroidered bridal garments, flowery garlands, eateries, decorations, bands and other delights make weddings interesting attractions in our country.
Don’t you all love the classic and contemporary Royal Bridal look at any Indian Wedding venues, just like the royal princesses of our nation? You must have seen the talented and famous Indian designers experimenting with the royal wedding dresses and many of them following the trend.
The velvets and silks, zardozis, extensive fine hand heavy embroideries, anarkalis, lehengas, sarees are the classic and timeless example for royal Indian bridal wears. Here we go with some little qualities that a royal wedding dress, a dress that an Indian princess wears, has and which will make up your wedding attire a complete charm on your wedding day:
Pure red, brick red, maroon, orange, yellow, peacock blue, royal blue, fuchsia, emerald green and navy blue are the most popular colours for the Royal Wedding attires dress. Most of this gen designers use these colours or some of the deep colours from the colour palette for designing a royal wedding outfit.
Designs and fabrics
You will have plenty of fabrics such as zari, brocade, raw silk, jamavwar, banarasi silk, velvet which are used to create some great bridal outfits by the designers. Lehengas and sarees with great amount of detailing, incomparable craftsmanship and lots and lots of embellishments, make them a wearable art.
Combo of red and gold
If you are opting for a look of Royal Indian for your bridal attire, try pure red attire with the fusion of gold, silver or copper. Patches of gold, golden borders and antique heavy embroideries with golden and silver threads adds a royal charm to the bridal wear.
The royal accessories
Without accessories the royal look is incomplete for wedding. The accessories include mang teeka (a must), heavy jhumkas and necklaces, chooras or bangles, armlets, waistbands, a bold bindi, royal bridal dupatta etc. Waistbands look perfect when the royal attire is lehenga.
Let us know if you celebrated your wedding with the royal look and royal attire. Leave your comment and suggestion in the comment section below. Stay stylish!